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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOL.. 30 N0 19 Published In The Interest Personnel of Naval Air Station.Jacksonville JULY 27 1972 ".1
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Jax Captain William Carrier, Jr. will assume command of the Naval Air

ve r*y/ \ Jh J- i ,_ Technical Training Center, Jacksonville, on Wednesday August 3. 't 11 j

Capt. Carrier, who is currently training center upon Capt. JohnE. He served intermediate tours at J
} i' the commanding officer of the Kennedy's retirement on June Fleet Air Wing Eleven, 'J
Naval Air Station Patuxent 30. Jacksonville; Naval War College,
River, Md., will relieve Com Newport; as air officer aboard 1
mander Arthur S. Schlofman. A native of Indiana, Capt. the USS SHANGRI LA and as 1
Cdr. Schlofman, who is tem Carrier attended Purdue commanding officer of the USS
porarily holding the position of University prior to entering the VIRGO supplying ammunition to 1
commanding officer for NATTC, U. S. Naval Academy in 1941. the naval forces in the Tonkin :

will become the executive officer.He GulL /
He was assigned to the USS
assumed command of the I
NASHVILLE in the South Pacific In addition, he served -in 'I
NEW CHIEF I OF STAFF- Capt. Thaddeus T.: Coleman is to assume and participated in several several capacities at Patuxent :
duties next week as Chief of Staff for COMFAIRJAX, following nearly campaigns that led' to the termination River prior to assuming command I
two years as skipper of NAS Cecil. Capt. Coleman will relieve Capt. E. of World War II. He there. Immediately before .
W. "Bud" Ingley, who has filled the Chief of Staff post since Capt. ry4 entered flight training in 1946 and he became commanding officerof
Vernon L. Micheel retired June 30. received \& Navy wings in Juneof the Maryland base, Capt. ,
1947. Carrier served as fleet plans j
Navy Newsgram officer on staff, Commander-in-
of flight
A variety challenging
Chief Pacific fleet
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; duties has contributed to the

Drug Test Changed Captain's Naval career. Patrol Capt. Carrier is married to the ,
; Squadron Eight was the first of former Grace Hauge. They have

i .p his interesting assignments. This three children: Bruce, a Naval
Drug Testing Policy Altered assignment came during the fleet Aviation Officer Candidate; J
7 Starting August 1,mandatory,drug testing will no longer be required introduction of the P-2 aircraft Carolyn attending Florida State ,
i for military personnel over 28 years old. (anti-submarine warfare). University; and William III, who
Results of testing since June of last year, when the program got i just completed his sophmoreyear 1
;,t. underway, indicate that drug abuse is concentrated in age categories He has served as flight in at Ryken.A .
28 years and below. structor in Pensacola; as a photo
reconnaissance pilot, attack brief change of command
Data obtained from the nearly two million urine tests administered
,'" squadron commanding officer ceremony is scheduled for
in the first show that small fraction of abuse in
year an extremely drug
and he had two tours at Pax August 3> at 10:00: a.m. in King
the military occurs among older personnel. Less than one percent of
Capt. Carrier River in test pilot assignments. Hall at NAS. 1'.
19,000 abusers detected were in the 29 and over age group.- z

Because of the decrease in the number of individuals to be tested, an
additional million tests can now be administered in the highest risk 1
I areas. Navy Leader in Protecting Environment I CVWR-20 LeavingFor

I Deputy Undersecretary of the Navy Joseph Grimes said in Boston

", July 20, "The Navy is playing a leadership role in the protection of our '

environment it I;; HappyBirthday t 'Rosey Roads'Jax .;

Grimes said the Navy will spend close to $150 million on ship ti

discharge problems in FY 1973, and nearly one million on oil cleanup CVWR-20's 1200 Reserve airborne early warning squadron .
equipment, if Congress approves the proposed budget: I; ;m; and Active Duty officers and and one tactical electronic

$% M enlisted men will leave,Saturdayfor warfare squadron.One .
0' Club Closing July 31st a two-week training missionat of the eight Air Wing
1 1 ; IIW Naval Station Roosevelt squadrons, Attack Squadron
Navy Roads, Puerto Rico. (VA-203, commanded by Cdr.
For Needed RepairsJax S I$:;5 The mission is being held to James S. Bassett, is located hereat
4 fclfti maintain readiness in the face of NAS Jax.
Women {: a gradual reduction of active Pilots from the Squadron will ,
"I sincerely regret the inconvenience that it will g ;; duty forces. be flying A-4L jet aircraft in the \'

cause but it has now become absolutely necessary that training exercises, while groundcrew i

we close the Officers Club for extensive rehabilitationand The Carrier Air Wing, com' officers and enlisted men

utilize, as our only alternative, the facilities at the II II manded by Cdr. Edmond M. will be pulling their share of the
Officers Club Feeks, is composed of eight load keeping the planes in the air. ;
Restaurant
as a temporary
Candlelight :|::;|:;:: See Page 10 :::::::: squadrons, geographicallylocated k-'The establishment of CVWR-20
for about a month until the work can be completed.4"Captain throughout the the \
country rfn the summer of 1970 was o
including two fighter squadrons; ?* of in the
: : fesult a new concept y
William G. Sizemore Sizemore said L .WmTh11 j
equipment, Capt.
three attack squadrons, one light, organization of the Naval Air 'i
,NAS Jax Officer that with the of
growing
Commanding use '\
photographic squadron, oqJII Reserve. 1
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made this comment in an electrical appliances since the z. ".i:' ,,;... I
nouncing today that the Officers original building and wiring of
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Club ,will' 'be closed beginning the club years ago, it will also be C}UiJ\dvice
i July 31. and that all facilities, necessary to replace much of the + .
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including, the 19th Hole at the present wiring, and even the ", <, .yrfVilable- .
transformers the f ''J 'f ";''' !
serving
Candlelight, will be utilized to the ;.,. ...'i; < tt va
building, provide i
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exclusively as a temporary Officers ... aJax
electrical current '
necessary' .,
Club until about September '
without overloading and creatinga Beginning August 2 and
1 when work on the O'Club is .
., dangerous fire hazard within continuing Wednesday
i I i completed. every
I ( I ,According to Capt. Sizemore, the building.On during the ,month of August, a
I i I new' kitchen equipment for the making the announcement, counselor from Jacksonville If
O'Club has been on hand for the Captain went on to assure all I4 \ University will be at the NAS jff:

several months and is direly concerned that once the ., Educational Services Office, :
.y: Bldg. 200 from 10:00: a.m. until 1
needed to augment and improveits necessary rehabilitations and
Alv
food services. alteration work is completed at rI' noon. ::

Every effort has been made to the O'Club, the facilities at the L $ Interested military personnel' ;

install it without greatly Candlelight Restaurant will w and their dependents are en- '.
disrupting club activities, he again return to their normal 9? couraged to check with JU's

said, however, heavy and con status of being available for the IMPORTANT CUSTOMER Capt. William 0. Sizemor* buys his representative on admission II
stant patronage has made it noon buffet for all personnel and auto tags from the Jax 86 Wives Club at the Not New Shop. All drivers procedures and courses offered. ..
impossible to do so. the 19th Hole to serve golfers, as registered in Florida must have the tags by August 20. Selling the tags On August 2, the representative ;
In addition to the sorely needed well as other personnel who have are (L-R), Mrs. Conrad Hardy, Mrs. Richard Goldsberry and Mrs. will be available from 10:00: a.m. .
installation of tl.e: new kitchen been,patronizing it in the past. Thomas J. Bennett. until 3 p.m.

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The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Cuban Lasagna Toasted
Sticks, Parmesan Cheese, Potato
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Buttered Asparagus, Buttered Mixed

Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Vegetables, Salad Bar, Iced Lemon Cream
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Cake, Pineapple Pudding. .
mutt be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS Tuesday,August 1 Buttered

Jacksonville by 12:OO noon on Monday before publication. News Chilled BREAKFAST Pineapple Juice Hominy, Fried Grits Eggs, Peach Pinto

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or to Order, Baked Corn Beef Hash Soft
311 s. or Hard Cooked Eggs,Choice of Baconor
Pork Slices, Pastry Bar.
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made DINNER! Minestrone Soup, Baked

available purchase, use patronage without regard to race, Meat Loaf Brown Gravy, Turkey

creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user or Whipped Ala King, Potatoes Baking Powder, Boiled Biscuits,

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Beans, Buttered Broccoli, Salad Navy Bar, r
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Apple Turnovers, Sugar Cookies. :
advertising from that source." SANDWICH LINE Cheese, Lettuce
& Tomato Sandwich or Grilled :
Hamburgers, Frankfurters, French :
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips,
concerning such should be directed to: Dessert Bar.SUPPER .

: Pan Roast of Beef,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Natural Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes,

:,![y, 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210It Seasoned Green Beans, Hot Spiced
# Beets, Salad Bar, Yellow Pound Cake, t
Telephone 388-2755 Orange Cream Pudding.
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Jax Traffic ViolationsJax Join the Payroll :


-The following is a reportof Going through stop sign 6 Savings Plan. {
motor vehicle accidents and Other Violations 17
traffic violations for the period of Twenty-six drivers appeared
,; July 10-16. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

1, Number of Accidents July 20. Disposition of the
This period 7 cases included the following. ;
This period a year ago 11 Eighteen lost driving and
\-'I" Total accidents this year 215 parking privileges aboard the
:r:1:1 Total accidents through this station for various periods; ten

Total number of days since last eight-hour1' course in remedial I '
1.r r injury in a motor vehicle accident driving; none received
15 suspensions; six were given
\ Number of days since an injury warnings; one was dismissed;
f ra"e+'ttl :" last year at this time 23 five were fined (U.S.
Number of Violations Magistrate); and nine were Sweetenyoursavings. .
? referred to commanding officersfor i
t possible disciplinary action. Take stock in America
This week 38 Twenty-one drivers were Buy US Savings Bonds
,: PROUD MOMENT PH2 Barbara Sharp receives a plaque and Speeding 13 assessed eighty-three traffic
congratulations from Cdr. Arthur S. Schlofman, NATTC temporary Reckless driving 2 points.
. CO,for being selected NATTC'S Serviceman of the Quarter.

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t Sharp WinsNATTC Honor : "Straight facts"from the
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1 Dope:: com Day hospital treatment for
1 ofrlaxDr"'AWO"'T.om"I I psychiatric patients living at
home is more helpful than hos-
Jax PH2 Barbara Sharp is NATTC's Serviceman of

the Quarter the first woman to receive the honor in O. nix italization with people in getting, a recent them report to

five years. all the work on time, earning the from the Dallas VA hospital re-
Her selection was based on the praise of her superiors and the reals.
reputation she has gained as an admiration of the people she .Dope.
outstanding photographer since serves at NATTC. A native of .
reporting to NATTC.as evidencedby Cincinnati, Ohio PH2 Sharp
the NATTC Photo Lab's Joined the Navy In April of 1969. HONDA
receipt of the Chief of Naval Before attending Photographer'sMate
Information's "Photo Ex "A" School, she worked at There aren't many veteran speed freaks around. MOTORS& CYCLES CO.
cellence" Award for Fiscal Year the Fleet Air Photo Lab. 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
As Serviceman of the Quarter, Their average life span is about four years. PHONE 7718244It's

1971.Unassisted in the operation of she will receive a letter of .1
the Photo Lab from October 1971 commendation,a certificate for a
to January 1972, she performed dinner-for-two at the Candlelight "
Restaurant and a USO trip to St. .

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G.I. Insurance Needed :;


Jax How to use G.I. insurance dividends to buy Jax High quality

I additional paid up life insurance is explained in petty officers in the "j

Veterans Administration pamphlets and forms now following ratings and j

being mailed to four million eligible veterans. nondesignated fire- ,I

Veterans who have insurance will use all the replies to verify men are required for I i,j
dividends on deposit with VA will file numbers and Social Security assignment to in- :
be first to receive the in numbers on its records. structor duty: ,\
formation. Mailers to this group The amount of the "paid 1
up BM BU CE CM i
of ,
1 650,000 started going out in addition" a veteran can buy
I May. depends on the amount of his EA, EM, EN, EO,
For the additional 3.3 million dividend and his age at the time ET, GM, HM, HT, IC, ';
, holders of policies eligible for the the dividend is paid. MM, QM, RD, RM,
I extended coverage, VA mailing For example, a 51-year old AND SW. 1
started July 1 and will continuefor veteran who receives a $70 In addition to being
15 weeks. dividend can buy $153 in added !
Most of the policies are for paid up protection.This qualified for I
I $10,000 before extended coverageis is additional Insurance assignment to in-

added. coverage,above the face amountof structor duty, per-
Each eligible policy holder will the policy, that will continue r sonnel must be fluentin
receive a pamphlet on the new through the life of the policy the '
insurance and a form on which he without an increase in premium.For READY TO RETIRE Capt. Wilson McCulley, Jr. (Right), NARU Spanish
can indicate whether he wants further information, XO, receives a retirement plaque and ship's clock from Capt. Hugh J. language.
the added coverage. contact the nearest VA office or Tate, NARU CO,as Capt.McCulley's wife, Vera looks on. The awards Additional capa-
Those who do not want the your local veterans service were presented at a hail and farewell party held last week. Capt. bility in the Por

extended coverage should return organization representative.RECRUITING McCulley retires tomorrow.Applications. tugese language is

the forms also since the agency I Being Accepted I II desirable. In the near I

term to about
up 60
4 'wc I For Service Academies qualified instructors j

Jax Applications for those Rayburn House Office Building, in this category may
interested in applying for an Washington, D.C. 20515. be required to meet ;
appointment to the u.s. military Navy needs in "
academies for the class of 1973 Deadline for applying Is on or CONUS shore billets. .i
: are currently being accepted by before August 15, 1972, in order
t" U.S. Representative Charles E. that proper arrangements can be Personnel desiringto
Bennett of Jacksonville.All .
r made for those men who take the volunteer should
legal male residents of the competitive Civil Service
,. _ Third Congressional District who examination which will be heldon forward a special
will be at least 17 years of age and September 30, 1972 with a duty and assignment
not over 22 at the time of entry in make-up examination on October request via their
July 1973 are eligible for appointment 31, 1972. commanding officer '
to the U.S.
military
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Academy, U.S Naval Academy, The very last date an application and EDDOLANT to I
a U.S. Air Force Academy and the can be received is on or CHNAVPERS (PERS .,
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. before September 30, 1972 for the B2021)) as soon as '
r Applications are available at October 31 examination, the last 1 possible.Don'f J
352 Federal Building, Jacksonville which can be taken for 1973 appointments -
Florida 32202 or 2113 to an academy.

COMMAND CHANGES HANDS Cdr. William F. .
Reich (Right) relieves Cdr.William F. Bivins as Commanding Officerof
the Jacksonville Recruiting District, headquartered in the Federal
Building downtown. The skipper is responsible for an area coveringsome 'SOCK'Away
44,000 square miles in central and north Florida and southeast
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I Monday.July 31 Combination Salad, Tossed
I Chicken Rice Soup Brisket of Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold .
i Beef with Cabbage, Fried Plate, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, :,
I Chicken,Barbecue Pork on Buns, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage r pe
7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, 0 Mv wife, my two minor
\ French Fried Potatoes, Mashed Health Salad, Beet and Onion. children, and I receive social
l Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple security benefit because of
J Turnip Greens, Corn, Lima Pie Devil Food Cake
Fruit Pie, mv disability. I alto have 1
r
\ Beans. Assorted Pudding. two minor children from a I
t. Combination Salad, Tossed 1bundayAaruat3 former marriage. Are they
i Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Vegetable Soup, Baked Meat eligible to receive beneflttt
Plate, Fruit CUp Plain Jello, Loaf with Creole Sauce, Chicken
t Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Pan Pie,Mackeral Patties, Slaw, A Yes. They have the
Ii Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Potato French same rights to social security
Salad. Fried Potatoes, .y benefits as the children from
Fruit Pie, Chocolate Pie, Apple Mashed Potatoes, Rice and your present marriage. Since
Jack.
Pie, Coconut Cake, Assorted Gravy, Spinach, Pinto Beans, DELICATE WORK William Barrier, a graduate of Andrew family already receivesthe
< Pudding. Okra and Tomatoes. son senior high school and now majoring| In chemistry at FlsfcUniversity your
maximum benefit basedon
: Tuesday, August 1 Combination Salad, Tossed disassembles actuators and repairs anti-colllacon lights. your earnings, the payments
Tomato Soup, Pan Roast Beef Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold for each dependent
with New Potatoes,Spaghetti and Plate, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello,
would be reduced. This result
Meat Sauce, Breaded Veal Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Summer Aids Help NARF from the fact that the
Cutlets, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, maximum would be divided
Fish. Carrot and Raisin, Bean Salad.
French Fried Potatoes, Rice Almond Cream Pie, Fruit Pie, among six people, instead of
BY LEMUEL SCOTT GILUAM the station. These youths benefits
on the four receiving
now
and Apple Pie, Banana Cake,
Blackeyes
Gravy String
Jax Where does the high receive high commendation from ,
Assorted
Beans Pudding.
Squash.Combination school student gain the on-the-job both their counselors and co-
Salad, Tossed Friday,August training needed to land that first workers for being alert, adept Your former wife, or the
Salad Chef Salad Bowl Cold Clam Chowder
Trout legally responsiblefor
Job after graduation? and in their person
Plate, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Almondine, Stuffed Peppers with cooperative. the children, should apply -
Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Creole Sauce, Country Steaks Many youths here are finding assignments.'Most for the benefits on their
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese' with Yellow Rice, 7 oz. Chopped the answer to this question in the behalf. '
Cucumber Mix, Cole Slaw. Sirloin, Fish, Franks and Beans Federal Summer Employment of their assignments are
Strawberry Short Cake, Apple French Fried Potatoes, Program for youth. This clerical a sense,with most of Q. My husband and I receive -
Pie, Fruit Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Mashed Potatoes, Rice and program,in operation since 1965, the summer aids coming under (a single eocial security
Assorted Pudding. Gravy, Stewed Tomatoes, String is geared to the overall the direction of the Production check with both our names
Wednesday,August 2 Beans, Peas.Combination. development of the participants, Planning and Control Department on it. Can we receive separate
Split Pea Soup, Beef and Pork Salad, Tossed who range in age from 16 to 21 Some of the young men, checks
Chop Suey with Rice, Liver with Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold years old.Special. however, are found on the
Onions, Roast Turkey with Plate, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, assembly line working with the A. Yea. Checks for married
Dressing, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage emphasis, however, is airplanes. A small percentagecan couples usually are combined
Fish. Cheese, Fuit Cottage Cheese, placed on handling problems of be found at the United States to save administrativecosts
French Fried Potatoes, Tuna Salad, Cole Slaw. adjusting to a routine and general Naval Hospital learning and to save check cash-
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie, job experience and on aiding the fascinating tasks such as X-Ray ing-fees. But, if you'd rather
Gravy, Great Northern Beans, Lemon Cake, Fruit Pie, Assorted youths in becoming more career- Technician and Nursing services, get. separate checks, just
i Mustard Greens, Peas. Pudding. minded. send a written request,
The program is specifically signed by you or 'your husband
The use of aids
summer to social
security
concerned with economic or your .
benefits not only the
youths
office.
education handicaps.
Money themselves, but also the
Drug Help earned from the jobs offered ployers,in that trained personnelare em- Hate a question about social!
through the program enables security and its retirement,
many youths to complete their freed to pursue more survivors, disability or Medicare
high school education. specialized jobs. The aids, manyof benefits See your telephone *
whom have been working at directory for the telephone *
Dial 2900 Approximately 127 young men the air station (for more than one number and address of
the .
nearest social of.
and women are involved in the summer, find the work both In- flee. security
\ I employment program, workingas teresting and challenging.Some .
( summer aids) at commands 3

-- have gone on to making EVANGEL 1
permanent careers out of the
fields they were exposed to in the ASSEMBLY OF ,GOD :
Brasso presents : program, going on to school, J
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taking exams and rising to well 37M RAMONA BLVD.
paying and satisfying positions. ((2 Blocks from Lane Ave. !
and Interstate) 1

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be a hard worker, to show
1 Hi initiative on his job, to submit ea ,
ideas for the
improvement of his
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discuss his plans with his '
supervisor.The .


success of the youth em PASTOR CECIL WIOOINS
ployment program depends on
the efforts of each of the par- Sunday School MS A.M.
ticipants. So far this effort has Morning Worship lOtJOA.M.
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:it, Your NEX In August

:'$. Jax The Exchange's August tables that offer extra values.A MARTDJax
.t '. white sale is being held through full line of new fall shades in
I 1 August 24. Look for the special make-up powders, lipsticks and
: \ displays highlighting this annual nail polishes are now on displayat A< Seven Jacksonville men,
i event and cash in now on some the Exchange for the fashion all members of the"Marine Air
r terrific items to keep your linen coordinated look. Reserve, reported for a monthly
{ ,
I ( closet well stocked for the months Men's sports and casual wear weekend training drill and went
( \ ahead. this fall will continue to be exciting home that afternoon one rank

i Frameless zippered luggage and colorful. Men's jeansin S IJ higher.Six .
: for the auto, cycle and hike enthusiasts brushed denim, sateen and of the Jacksonville citizen-
is now being featured at corduroy will highlight the casual Marines are members of the
the Exchange for summer market. Belt leg and flare Jeansin I "Flying Gators" of Marine Attack .
vacations or weekend trips. striking bold colors will lead f Squadron (VMAM42.)
d ; Bold color patterns,in patriotic the fashion line. They and their new ranks are:
y \ red,white and blue seem to be the Small checks and plaids, whUe Staff Sergeant Stanley M.
most popular for lightweight second to solids,will add an extra Parkinson, Corporals Thomas C.
summer traveling. styling dimension to your fall 1A ;M Prince, Jack A. Anderson,
Remember that it's back to wardrobe. Kenneth J. Heindel, Frank D.
school for the youngsters next Warp knits in solids and patterns Gilmore; and Lance Corporal
month. Have your children look will highlight the sport shirt Michael L. Sullivan.
their best for the school season by scene for men.The"Clear,casual
choosing from the wide selectionof look"with tapered body will be a r ) r The seventh Marine,a member
boy's and girl's clothing in.the. special feature in this category.Mst AECS Bobby G. Simpson and his wile ar e i of the 25th Staff Group
RETIREMENT-
latest colors and styles availablenow of the sports shirts for the NATTC side at NATTC as Chief Simpson completes a 20 yea. (Aviation), Marine Air Reserve,
piped over the
at the Navy Exchange.Also upcoming season will contain f,
Navy career. He was the leading Instructor in the electronics phase 01 is newly promoted Staff Sergeant
bold floral and wallpaper printsin Samuel L. Patterson.
be sure to stock up on a variety of colors. the AE"B" School.

notebooks, pens, pencils and While shopping at the Exchange This month the "Flying
other school supplies so that your for your fall wardrobe,be Gators"went to the Fallon, Nev.,
youngsters will be fully preparedfor sure to check into the Exchange's Naval Air Station for two weeksof
the new school year. layaway plan, which includes all NRMC Expands annual summer training.CAPITALISTS .
Summer clearances are goingon retail merchandise, with

now throughout the Exchange.Look minimum dollar requirements ,Blac. l
for the specially marked determined by the Exchange. Medical ServicesJax
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As part of a move made at the Central Appointment
to expand services within Desk in the
the new Naval Regional Naval Hospital or by
Medical Center, the calling 722-2283 between
morning and afternoon the hours of 7 a.m. and 10
General Practice Clinics p.m., Monday through 1
have been relocated from Friday.
the Naval Hospital to the Also, the Family
NATTC Dispensary (Bldg Practice Department at
1 560)). the Naval Hospital has
/ The Clinic hours are announced recent ex
11:30 a.m. and 1-2:30: p.m., pansion of its services.
Monday through Friday.
: The evening and Anyone wishing family By Ed Beasley
weekend General Practice medical care by one doctor
't' At the turn of the 19th
Clinics will remain at the
on a continuing basis
may bust
black
\ century, some
Naval Hospital. contact the Hospital nesses became profitable
PROMOTED CW03 Willie Fitzpatrick, Phase Officer for the Appointments for Outpatient, 772.2197, for ventures. Charles Spauld
AE"A" School,is congratulated by Cdr. Arthur S. Schlofmin, NATTC General Practice may be information. ing built the North Carolina -
CO, after being promoted to his present rank. Mutual Life Insurance
Company of Durham intoa
successful business ven
ture which later becameone
t Board Appointment of the largest black
1. : WASHINGTON (AFPS) businesses in America.
.. Marine Corps Reserve Brigadier Hair styles and cosmetics
General Richard
Mulberry Jr.
in
became a key
has been
appointed to a three-
term the the successes of MadameC.
year on Reserve
Forces Policy Board.FRIENDLY. J. Walker as she be-
Was came the first black
woman to become a mil-
your :,:: lionaire.

RElAXED& Robert S. Abbott, the
editor and publisher of the
QUIET ATMOSPHERE
Chicago Defender, devel-
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oped this newspaper into
the IDEALLY LOCATED FOR one of the outstandingblack
money CECIL FIELD. N.A.S. newspapers in

I CLOSE TO SCHOOLS America.
CHURCHESANDSHOPPING James Bland, a black

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first thing Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. sic that America has since
., Turn South 2 Blocks come to love, such as
Past Forrest High School. "Carry Me Back to Old
Virginny," "In the Evening ,
( by the Moonlight,"
(COLONIALFOREST and "Oh, Dem Golden
to on Slippers." The next time
go your you hear "Carry Me Back
to Old Virginny," remember -
this black musical
5928 FIRESTONE ROAD genius, James Bland.

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JAX AIR| NEWS.LATWNGER| RAGE

How Much Will It Take? r- ---- -- -:- LaGrande

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jax A recent Incident at Lake Worth Florida involved a 12-toot TakesNARF d
alligator and two young boys.

The gator mauled the two boys, one of them critically while they
swam in a borrow pond. PostJax

The alligator chewed one child from his shoulder to his hip and 1
swatted the other with his tail. F.tt F.

The unfortunate boy who was bitten underwent five hours of Louis LaGrande has been 1
surgery
to repair puncture wounds to his chest and abdomen. He remains in selected and promoted to the .
critical condition position of Production I

Wild Life Officers blamed the attack on nearby residents who,they Superintendant (Aircraft) at the
said,had been feeding the gators bread and marshmallows. Once any -.r GS-15 level, according to an

alligator becomes. accustomed to getting handouts he loses his fear of tt announcement by Capt. A. J.
man and that s when he becomes extremely dangerous. Yates, NARF CO.
They hear someone splashing in the water and assume its food. hj,j LaGrande, a native of
They can become quite aggressive.We Elmhurst, N.Y., received his
have the makings of the college level academic training
same type of accident here at NAS Jax. ,'j
On most any day of the week you can see adults and children alike at City College of New York and
feeding the large alligators in Casa Linda Lake. University of California I I
Need any more,be said? (Berkeley) and was employed by
Quite a few children fish in that lake during: the summer months and the Bank of Manhattan for a
if one happens to fall in while the alligators are in the area the result time.
could be terrible. Following a tour of active dutyin

Let's learn from past experience. k the Navy during World War II,
Don't feed the he entered civil service in Oc-
alligators. ..BLUE JACKET OF THE MONTH-AZ3 Ernest W. Hodson receives
tober 1945 as an Aircraft
VP-U's "Blue Jacket" of the Month award from Cdr. K.W. Mirise,
Mechanic at the local Rework
squadron CO. The award was based on outstanding efficiency, moral
r Facility (then Assembly and
leadership and military behavior.
Repair Department of the Naval

.. NEWEST CONCEPT Air Station).
IN APARTMENT i LaGrande has held progressive
LIVING $53,256 LostBy
supervisory billets, principallywith

1,2 ,3 BEDROOM 1 AND 2 BATHS I the Production Department, I
leaving the billet of
Spacious rooms wide windows Kingsley weapons
central heat & air cond. Private Division Superintendent to move
patios, sundecks, swimming pool rmt NAS Jax Safety Center up to this top position in the ::- '
and party room. Jax The Semi-Annual Statistics Report on motor vehicle Production Department.

264-8102 accidents for NAS Jax has Just been released.As During his civilian em
in the past, backing accidents continue to be the numberone ployment with the Navy, he has
1800 KINGSLEY AVE. cause of accidents on the station.In been associated with, and past
DIRECTIONS: Between Blandmg spite of laws that require rear vision mirrors on all vehicles president of, the National
Blvd. & Orange. Park. Minutes ', and regulations that state that the operator of a vehicle must be Association of Superintendents,
away via new I 295 certain that the backing maneuver can be made safely of the 65 National Association of Super-

= accidents involving government vehicles, 20 were backing visors, and the Naval Air Station

accidents. Association.In .
Private vehicles fared no better with 50 of 147 accidents being his new position as.

caused by improper backing.The Production Superintendent, he
212 accidents occuring in the first six months of this year will coordinate the overall effortsof
cost your government $6,264 and your insurance companies
For your added convenience... approximately 1,800 people
$46,992, a total of $53,256. assigned to the Process and

r'I "'" '.. These expenses, even though,we may not have been per- Manufacturing, Avionics,
;\: ( sonally involved, are going to cost us an increase in insurance Weapons, and Power Plant
'j premiums and a loss of government funds that we can ill afford. Divisions at HARP
f. This is no time for a "so what" attitude. We must make a ...
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: PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER _


Ji ; WAVES Mark 30th Anniversary. ,,I


,,,I>, "'t\ in the winter of 1942 a
of
ago group
Thirty years
:..t'ft ':-' 1:';,'''I"I',. the Jax Navy's top brass huddled together in Washington, D.

, '?1"1 C. and reached a monumental decision to accept

. the Navy.
. women in
:

: This decision became a reality in July, 1942 when

, I f Mildred McAfee, then president of Wellesley College in

)\ Massachusetts, became the first woman officer (other
\ '"1I than Nurses) to be a member of the Armed Forces of the
I : \."
P United States. .
,',H. Mrs. McAfee was sworn in with the rank of Lieutenant

Commander.July .
,
,( 1972 marks the Thirtieth, Anniversary of that

historical moment.
The women in the Navy stationed at Naval Air Station

Jacksonville will celebrate the event by hosting a bigpicnic
't. frt tomorrow at the Naval Air Technical Training

\ Center Picnic grounds.A .
G
more somber moment will come early tomorrow

morning when a select company of women will hoist the

: ; \\t station colors for the first time in NAS history.The .

year 1972 has been the most ,significant in the

history of women in the Navy. The first female ever was
AKAN KATHY WICKER operates a machine in the Supply Department. She's natural In the
selected for promotion to Rear Admiral, breaking all
Navy-her mother was a WAVE and her father was Navy pilot.
previous traditions and setting the precedent for future

recognition of women in the Navy.
*
I Tennessee durational resi- Recent years have seen many changes initiated for
ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS clared unconstitutional in a the benefit of all naval personnel including special plans

I ..of 50-75% below normal "'! dency March 1972 requirements Supreme were Court de-de. involving career and retention patterns for women.Today's .
Navy woman is proficient in management
FRAMES GALORE CUSTOM refa"'j cision. The 'case, which affects:
Portraits in oil from photos only Tennessee directly, can potentially capabilities, decision making processes, leadership, and
have an effect on the dedication.She .
durational residence require. is accepted for and trained in many technical
of the other 49 States and the
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jl, .New RolesCon't. Coupled With Tradition !I j ij



( from Pg. 10)

She is a volunteer and she wants to serve.

That sweeping decision thirty years ago in 1942 which
allowed women to move from the basic and clerical jobs
into support billets of the
" operating fleet still holds true
today.


From the peak number of 86,000 women on active
in 1945 to the 8,800 who serve proudly today the duty
women
have proved their worth.


Their "manpower"; and abilities are an integral part t4
of the total Navy mission.Happy Fc


Anniversary to the Women in the Navy, and

many more to come.SECNAV's. ,, ., _iJ -



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"On July 30, 1972 Navy Women mark their thirtieth year of __
active service in the United States Navy and Navy Reserve. .
"This Is a proud occasion for,it marks a milestone in the constant .. a _
and unbroken tradition of professionalism and service begun in 1942 Y
and continued by more than 8,800 dedicated women today. 1 y '.
"With'deep respect for that tradition, and abiding appreciation for -' .Ya
thirty years of outstanding naval service, I extend my personal I 'V't
congratulations for a task well done." A .3

Signed: John W.Warner,Secretary of the Navy. HM3
DONNA PATTON is the Senior Corpsman In the Emergency Room at the hospital..

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PEOPLE ABUSE SEDATIVESAND
STIMULANTS Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m.
SIMULTANEOUSLY? i
Yes. Although the two typesof D PICK UP & DELIVERY
drugs have opposite actions, D ROAD SERVICED
some individuals become depend i. %. --..
ent upon the combinations. It MECHANIC ON bUTY
might be imagined that
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would completely neutral
ize a "downer," but this is not 1
so. A desirable feeling is obtained i BOB'S OA HILL
and large numbers of
such combinations may be swal- ,
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IS IT TRUE THAT THE
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,! : A New Plan To Reduce European Tensions I It


Jax Since 1968 the United NATO ministers invited Interested Mr. Brosio still has not -been 1. Mutual force reductions 4. There must be adequate
verification and controls to en-
should not operate to the military
-t States and its NATO allies have countries to hold exploratory obtained. of MBFR
The the observance
of either side. sure
President Nixon has stated disadvantage
expressed interest in Mutual and talks on MBFR, with .
: Balanced Force Reductions special reference to Central that, given the existing strategic differences arising from agreements.The
balance and a similar effort by geographical and other con- United States has par-
t .
(MBFR June) in of Europe.In that. year, NATO Europe.In the interest of moving closerto our Allies,it is the policy of the U. siderations should be taken into ticipated actively In NATO
,\ special meetingof S. Government to maintain and account; studies of MBFR, and has con-
\ ministers affirmed the readiness negotiations,a
r! of their governments to explore Allied deputy foreign ministersin improve its forces in Europe and 2. Reductions should be on the ducted its own analyses, which
them basis of reciprocity, and phasedand have been shared with our NATO
i MBFR and directed preparationsbe October 1971 assigned to former not reduce except through
made 'for discussions NATO Secretary General reciprocal reduction negotiatedwith balanced as to their scope allies.
Manlio Brosio the mission of the Warsaw Pact. and timing; One of the key findings has
j with the Soviet Union and other exploring with Soviet officials in NATO PositionIn 3. Reductions should include been that the Soviet Union can
I countries of Eastern Europe. Moscow their views on MBFR. moving toward negotiationson both stationed and indigenous mobilize and reinforce Its forces
: In May 1970, in a statement MBFR, the Allies are forces and their weapons in Central Europe much more
t following a meeting in Rome, Soviet agreement to receive stressing these points: systems in the area concerned; rapidly than NATO.

Therefore, an agreement to
reduce forces simply on an equal
percentage basis Is inherently
unfavorable to NATO, and the
larger the percentage, the

BOATING BUG ? greater Alternative the inequity.Approaches

Undiminished military
I. security for NATO is the only

rational criterion for establihsingforce
r reductions. Thus, the
J Sit in theSkipper's Process of reducing forces in
V'a Central Europe must create no
unilateral military advantages.For .
i this reason, the U.S. is
Seat examining alternative ap

proaches.The .
United States is also

now with a asymetrical evaluating the but possibility equitable of

reductions which would preservethe
overall military balance.It .
low cost may be possible to offset the
Warsaw Pact's advantages under
equal percentage reductions by

credit union loan. reaching agreement.a more Critical comprehensive elementsin

such an agreement would
include adequate verification ,
provisions and effective con-
JAxNb straints on the movement of

." '. FEDERAL forces.

..S Analytical work,will continueto
3 LOCATIONS A jA A. concentrate on both of these
TO SERVE YOU alternative approaches.

Warsaw Pact Position
The Soviets, who on various
r' ROOSEVELT MALL occasions since the 1950's have
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Sat.9AM.1PM shown only limited interest in
such reductions.
Soviet Communist Party
General Chairman Leonid I.
Brezhnev indicated renewed
Soviet interest In reductions in
May 1971, and in January of this
DREAMS OR REALITY?
year, the Warsaw Pact issued a
.; statement which was consistent
with Brezhnev's earlier

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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE arriving too late for this deadline will
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LEADING ANNOUNCERTells 1 car owner, new tires, spotless. 2918
you how you may become a Forbes. 387-0033 or 387.2970.
NORMANDY ACRES TRAILER PARK 64 VALIENT ST.WGN.
DISC JOCKE"Call 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern 4dr,AT, R&H, Good hunting or fishing
US.2t441ny hourVAAPPROVED frontage to 10 acre tracts. Land Is trailers and apts. 3893007. SOOCC KAWASAKI car. $300. or reas. offer. 282-5306.7ICHEVELLEMALIBU .
the best investment for the future. $450
For Veterans and serviceman FRONTIER 1-2U.9)5") aft 6pm
Other tracts available over Southwest
Jacksonville. 10x55 3BR,.IVab., new 30x30 concrete 'AC, PS, R&H, AT, V8, 8 track
block garage & Ig. wooden lot. 46 METEOR Assume pmts. (CU) & $400. equity.
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. Wynne Realty of Florida 4 dr., 289 eng, Radio Heater, AT, .
Located In Switzerland 772 3216,ask for Linda,or 246 1365 aft.
389 5514 area. 20 min.
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. : 389 8507 Exec cond $400 781.1253.
Pick up & Delivery Available. I from NAS, will finance 2686869ANNOUNCING 4pm. Going overseas.

Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. HIDDEN WATERS
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Yukon Mobile Homes Sales Ltd.
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 available. Excellent fishing, boating Across from NAS Jax, );lwLiSmsl WJ.:
Edgewood Crt. 3890064 swimming. Mobile Home area. High, Roosevelt Blvd.&120th St.
wooded lots. E.Z terms. One mile E. Newest dealer In town with 39 years

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725 experience. Franchise by world's : VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape 3992. largest manufacturer of quality and :
value homes. Low overhead,
at easy
players dealers' cost to liquidate
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771.0409. WE BUY ft SELL EQUITIESCall financing saves you money.
us for quick service. Specialists in custom-orders, 44x12 to. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 181.5511
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 60x24 double wldes. We service what
LIVE CRABS 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. we sell. OPEN DAILY 8 TO I:30-SATURDAY S TO&
WIHord's Fish Camp 771-3052 737-3164 Let's do business now
SUNDAY 1 TO' PM
J64- 707_ COBURN EMPIRE

STEREO COMPONENTTAKE NEW HOMES 12x62, 3BR, 1'b., 19 mo. old. $400. THREE-1970 KARMANN GHIAS.

UP PAYMENTS 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built.in.Range, down & assume pmts. of $90.70 264- New paint, R&H. $1895 to $2095
.2106.
Brand new, never used, left In lay-a- Cetn. Heat, Prices from $19,900. 1972 VW SQUAREBACK.
way. Professional turntable, plays all Terms. Edw, O. Lyon, Broker. 389- ARMOR
size records, head phone jack. 0361. 10x55, 2BR, lV4b, Furn., screened AC,R&H, 5,000 miles, factory warranty. $2995
Balance patio, add.a.room, $2500. River View
$64.or$9.per month. Call 398. 1971 VW SQUAREBACK.AT .
1683 ask for layaway department. WOODED LOT Tr. Pk. Space 37, Hwy. 17,Green Cove
Suitable for mobile home or house, Springs. Ph. 2845240. R&H, factory warranty. $2595

size varies to suit needs. Located in GREEN COVE SPRINGS 1971 VW SQUAREBACK. AT R&H. $2495
,
LAWN min. from NAS. Will
MOWING EDGING Switzerland 20 Beautiful mobile home site for
call Hart develop and finance. 268-6869. someone who? likes country living. On 1970 VW SQUAREBACK.: R&H $1795

771-3211 Ext.8340. PRESCOTT,ARIZONA 5Vi acres with residence home. $35. 1949 VW SQUARE BACK. AT, R&H $1995

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER Offers best climate In the state. 3126.per mo. 772.1266. Aft 5pm, GCS, 1.284. 1969 VW FASTBACK. AC, AT, R&H. ."::_ $1895

Original cost over $200. Looks & runs Historic old ranch developed Into 2- ,. ,
like brand new. Cash balance $89.95 or acre homesltes near Prescott DETROITER 1971 VW BUS.7passenger.
$7.50 mo. Rayfields 6437 Wilson Blvd. National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 12x50, 2BR, AC. with storage shed. Deluxe 10,000 miles, Like New,
7728936 low terms. For full details write Mrs, $2700. or $500. equity & assume pmts.
I A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 $70.59 for 36 mo. 771-6145. R&H. $2795

Mac ALPINE North 7th St., Phoenix 85006. TWO-1970 VW BUSES.

Licensed Local moving and Insured.& storage 355-6357 specialist.or 354- BRICK 3BR I'LISIU1' gJ.J Deluxe, 7 passenger, R&H. $2495

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Nights
771494V. M bath, AC unit, Fenced, $15,500. 1970 VW SEDAN. .

SEWING MACHINE Van Carport Sandt&,Built Realtor.In range- & oven.387.1313 68 PLYMOUTH SATELLITEAC AC, R&H, 4 new white wall I tires. $1895

1972 Dial.A-Matic sewing machine, AT, PB, PS, R&H, Bucket & FOUR-1969 VW SEDANS.
never been used,was Mother's Day Console, V-8, $825. 744-809} aft. S.
layaway and never picked up. Only r RENTAL : New paint, R&H. $1495 to $1595
$48. balance due. Purchaser left are: s 14'LONE STAR FIBREGLASS BOAT TWO-1968VW SEDANS. R&H. $1350 and $1395
and we are unable to locate. Machine 35HP Evinrude motor, lust rebuilt
may be purchased for $48. cash or $9. carb & ignition, & trailer. $350. 772- 66 VW SEDAN. R&H $795
per month. Will take older machinefor WILMAR APARTMENTSAir 1266.
WAGON. $1595
Living 69 CHEVELLE STATION
part payment. Full home trial, no Conditioned, 2 bedroom
obligations Call 3981683 ask for room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking HARLEY DAVIDSON CHOPPER AT, R&H. s
layaway department. space for 2 cars, water, sewage, $1400. Nice .
.
garbage, lawn service, Furnished 724-6035
FREE PUPPY $100 plus 4 percent .
$120, Unfurnished
'wk.old,female,small breed. Free to weekends, 389-
.flood home. 786.5973. 0744.sales tax. 387 2541 A SUMMER STEAL !

FRIDGEDAIRE
Refrlgerator-Freezer, 20.5 cubic feet. ORANGE PARK AUSTIN HEALEY CONVERTIBLENew
Avocado. $250. 2 BR., Apts furn. or unfurn. LOOKINGFOR
Phone 264-7531, After
.Jpm! !, 264.4222. Dlswasher. Drapes Carpets. paint, Radio and Heater
.
Elizabeth Apts. 771-1405 or 771 3355BEINGTRANSFERREDT
USED FURNITURE,GUNS, ETC.J&J was $1395
House of Deals Now$1295"I
A NEW
2 lights N.of HAS on Roosevelt (6073B) retired Navy man who understands -
Let a
YOUR problems managethe CAREER?

BABY FURNITURE rental of you house until youU47 Nice Selection of other Model VW'sWe
crib. High Chair, Wonda Chair. Call return to Jax.Bartleson .

771.4209. So.,O'Neill Edgewood 3. Payne Ave.,.Inc. If you qualify 100 % GUARANTEE!
FOR SALE and are willing to work It
15" Fenton Mag wheels. Call 772JJ24 381-9311 Is possible to earn as much as
for Danny Barnett. 8.4 .Mon..Frl.. FURN.MOBILEHOME1BR $20,000 per year within 3.5 years. gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
carpet, AC, Conv to NAS You would be working under a we tuned up, tightened and replaced everything that needed It.
< STANDARDSCHNAUSER ww Ricker Rd. & 103rd. 7717384. three year finance plan, starting And guaranteed them 100 percent;for the repair or replacement of all
female pups..AKC ng. $65. Jax & Cecil. salary negotiable; Call major mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
384.2583 Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn, U.S. double check. __

30"KENMORE RANGE BEAUTIFULNew NavyRetired( ), Sales Manager *ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLie
Gas. Mobile,, home, 60)(12, furn. with Metropolitan Life Insurance .
Grill on top. See through oven. 2BR lots, ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
fenced
Call 781.1253. Air cond., Lg. shady Company at telephone number
convened patio quiet and pvt. Ideal 356.2621 if Interested.
Adults
family.
FOR SALE for retiree or service apply
771.4904 or .
Call
Stroller Crib,Car Seat only, no pets
$15.each 38.5582 5316 Tlmuquana.



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On Sale Tomorrow At Navy ExchangeJosef









Announces& Charles I H1REPAN MOTORS I


Guarantees each and every car!

DRY CLEANING WE SPECIALIZE IN VOLKSWAGENS!

'66 VW SQUAREBACKSQKQ ..
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Drives&looks like New I

66 VOLKSWAGEN $795

To Serve The Cecil Field Area 67 VOLKSWAGEN $9'5.,
68 FASTBACk $895
NORMANDY BLVD.(Next to Happy Hour) PHONE 781-2992
5506 PHILIPS HIGHWAY PHONE 737-3515, Nlte 733.047






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EQUIPMENT.WE PAY
Country Hearth for family room living offers fun, # a I TOPDOLLAR-388-8535 I
relaxation and great comfort, toolIf y4 1 f t'4'iX IBRJNO THIS AD WITH YOU/ -

your family enjoys daily get-together's filled with comfort t f 6r ooogggoo.orlsi,
and good cheer Country Hearth in Solid Pine and
selected veneers provides the perfect setting. Save now s

, .. Left to right: '
Reg. SALE 24VWas
32.8004 Box Table '"
Dough $103.50 $ 89.50 32-6002 Ladderback Chair $ ,5730 $ 49.50
4 .... 32.7925 Rocker Recliner From $249.50 $18930 .3 -9007 School Master Desk. $179.50 $14930
I I 32-9009 Cracker Bin Table $129.50 $10930 32-9002 Dry ,Sink' -.) .""'',.-.. $199.50 $15930
32-7723.1 Three Cushion Sofa From $332.50 $24930 32-7721 Club Chair From $15730tFromi $11930
1 t :x 32-803054"Trestle Cocktail Table $ 92.50 $ 7930 ,32-7728 Ottoman 66.50 $ 5230
32-8034
Trestle End
Table
I I -i'. $12430 $10930" :32-7730 High Back Rocker : .\From.. $193.50 $14930 5821 Sn Juan at Niblick
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: "j FURNITURE CO. Oartfen
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4 D Individual air, conditioning.and .
" \.', S : : 1911 US HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH PHONE 214-7531 heating
, '1.: I ; ORANGE PARK, FLA. Q Drapes fvrnithedD
Wall to wall
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r., 55 STORE HOURS: 9AM-4PM Q Largo Swimming Pools
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[ FASOTRAGRULANT MATSG .


I Highlights Promotionsj j


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Jax Five promotions
highlighted this week at MATSG
as three Marines were promotedto
the staff grades and two others
were appointed NCOs
Promoted to the rank of staff
sergeant were Robert W.
Cavanaugh, an AE insturctor, ,
1" and AE "IB" students Paul L, -
Campbell and Joseph Hewitt
Appointed to the NCO ranks
were Robert H. Rothrock, a
supply clerk, and Edward ,
y DeMaria, I Unit Diary Clerk.
Both men are first term enlistees
and were promoted meritoriously
.
Three other men, SSgts DavidB.
Posner, Richard N. Staple
LETTER OF COMMENDATION-AWl D.W.Jurss listens as LCdr. and Anthony I,Lathrup,Jr.,were
Landry reads a Letter of Commendation citing Jur ss for outstanding congratulated by LtCol. :David
performance of duty which contributed greatly to the continuing effortof Tiechmann, MATSG CO, for ,...
I FASOTRAGRULANT to upgrade and Improve acoustical training successful completion of MCI .
courses ;


f 'r. _l i ia Want To Save On Food Bills? .1


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Jax Food is usually the ones to see which one gives the 12. Chicken and turkey have a
largest single expense in a family quality "and the number of ser larger proportion of bone to lean,
budget, but you can generally vings for the money. but they are bargains comparedwith
SERVICEMAN OF THE QUARTER A01 C. F. Ktnnttt II I reduce the amount you spend for other meats
congratulated LCdr. J, A. Landry, FASOTRAORULANT'i OfflcnIn food by: 5. Shopping carefully for low- 13. Eggs are usually a less
Charge. for being named the Detachment's Serviceman of thi I 1. Shopping in the commissary. cost foods within each food group expensive source of nutrients
Quarter The award Is based on a high degree of Initiative, In,. According to a recent survey, 8. Using grades making your than most meats Dry beans and
tilllgtnct, retentiveness and comprehension you can save 33,09 percent on food purchases Government peanut butter are inexpensive
some 2,000 well-known line itemsin grades will enable you to make alternatives to meat.
the commissary facilities sure of the quality of the food you 14. Beef, lamb and pork liver
found in the United States and buy, and you are then better ableto give unusually high nutritive
overseas. compare prices asked returns for money spent
2. Checking weekly specials in 7, Taking advantage of 15. Study bread labels before
foodatore advertisements seasonal abundances These you buy. Choose bread for weight
3. Preparing a grocery list foods will be at their peak of and food value, not by the size of
before you shop. quality and sometimes will be the loaf. Look for bread that is
4. Comparing costs and buying offered at lower prices. whole-grain or enriched, and that
food in the form-fresh, frozen or 8. Limiting perishable food contains milk.
canned-or the weight of packagethat purchases to amounts that can be 10 Buy packaged cereals or
gives the most savings for used while they are in top quality. any other packaged food by
fc the money. To make intelligent 9. Preventing food waste by weight, not by the size of the
choices of brands, test different proper storage and by cooking package. To compare prices,
." methods that conserve nutrients first look for the weights listed on '
10. Considering family likes the labels and note the prices.
f VP-5 WivesJax and dislikes when food shopping Then figure the costs for an ounceor
". Thrifty food buys pay off only a pound.
I The VP-5 when your family wants and 17. Ready-to-serve' cereals inmultipacks

..t1 '/ Enlisted Wives' Club enjoys 11. When the food.buying meat, con cost two or three of small times boxes more may per

/1\ will hold it's next sider the amount of lean meat in ounce than the same cereal in a
,. ,.' ,'I meeting on August 2 the cut, not the cost per pound larger box.
;Y' 'J.: at 7:30: p.m. in the
Recreation Room of

.... the Tiki'Apartments. ST

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about the
MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION.. Lt. D. H. Johnson, Jr. questions the
meeting or
receives the Meritorious Unit Commendation from LCdr. Landry. The
PR1ES
location call 641-1129. I I.
award was earned. while serving with ASW Task Group'0.1.



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MOBILE HOMES


12'wide,2 bedroom .
A Commission Manager completely furnished .'};. I L- Sp.cIaIFhnincing
opportunity Is yours at this .
plus .'
outstanding Enco location. '3595 tax &

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MAIN AT STATE A UNION
311S LEON RD. PHONE 724-4454 for
East of Par 3 Golf" ,off Beach Blvd.
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Benefits: S.rvlc.DUVA.
NO HINT
MODIIT 'INVISTMINT
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PAID TRAINING -' Personnel ,
UTILITIil AND LICINSIS via..
MID iY HUMiLI
NO NBCISSAKY IX'IRIINCI : ).Lhe ''rabevme

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Nick Beranek' PAINTINGS.; .

354-8481 // AND UNIQUE HAND CRAFTED GIFTS -
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AM TO PM MUN QUAN,CLIVI MILLER Known aria,CHARLII BROWN and.th." MOTOII FORDI
: TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY,10AM-JPM "1t"CAI." :
7441124.EVENINGS SATURDAY 10AM-2PM,CLOSED SUNDAY-MONDAY .....37-6141 -
A WEEKENDS KINOILiY PLAINPULD AViS., OKANOi PARK

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i. BONUS TIME AMS2 M.P. Herring takes the oath for five more ATC CHARLES F. ROBER-
j x years and a $4,000 bonus with his wife at his side and Cdr. P.E. SON shipped over for two years
., Herring, squadron CO, administering the oath. at VP.16
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PN3 JOANNE D. WILLIAMS, AOC JERRY MANN, an Instructor -
attached to the NATTC Military at the AO"B" School,
Personnel Office, extended her shipped over for two years
'enlistment for two years.
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the oath for two more years added four more years at GEM.
ADJC J.H. DUKE reenlisted ADJC EDWARD F. BULGERfor
to VP-U, shipped over forth
at NATTC where he works in the
,. First Lieutenant's Office. two years at VP-4S and reenlisted for the fourth time at third time.AXC .
I I headed for the 14-year mark. VPU.If r'7'
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? '!I"i!, BUS: 389.4.<<8 ,. 'LOOK.1! .
SALE
CLEARANCE
RES: 387-3955
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LOCATION!YUKON (V MILE NORTH OF NAS) w
J4120th Street Jacksonville,Fl*. I
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Hours:Mon Frl 4PM 9PM,Saturdays 9AM-6PM
1 Furnished wifh Basset r better furniture
Y'ouf mostcomplft* ; .. I "
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DISCOUNTS VAAIANK 3 AAHeS South of t 295pp THOMAS M. KENT added
> 60X4/ORANGg PARK four more at VP16.



\ TROPICAL FISH SALE

1 FIBERGLASS
i
BELTEDAVENGERE78x14 ao ALBINO BON AIR
II BlackGOODYEAR 3/$1
I CAT FISH AQUARIUAAPUMP
Black rf AQR
4 ply Nylon 650-13 JL U $4%99
LYRE TAIL Avc RPRRTmEnT/.
PREMIUM POLYESTER, F78.14, Black 19.79 SWORDS > / REG. S4.99 THE WITH


lET| MAGS 15x7.5 '29.92UET| MAGS I 14x6.75 21.97 t ROSY BARBS 4 for$100 GLASS WOOL 6ujimmincpoouTH6GOODL1F6

L40-14 Jets n Raised White Letter FibregUs Belted-3* .J MIXEDSWORDTAILS 5for$1.00 RnD
THIS TIME CARIUESANO! CHARO REPLACEMENT FOR ANvTIME MIXED PLATIES SforSI.OO ((23 grms) :
FAILURE WITHIN FIRST si PERCENT OF TREAD WEAR ZEBRAS 9
for$1.00 FROm $120.
WHITE., CLOUDS
6 for
t | POLYESTER & STEEL4 plus Steel Belted G78-U 28.95| S1.00TETRAMIN

r i t/ DISCOUNT SPEED EQUIPMENT Vil1agewood
R,6CKET RACING WHEELS'INTERNATIONAL CRAGAR 49 c 2045 Jammes Road

KEYSTONE ACS-GABRIEL HIJACKER AIR SHOCKS FISH FOOD REG. 79C 10 minutes, from Jack

ft( ggggxoetfrx www All prices sonville. Out RooseveltBlvd.
MHTIRE plus tax OVER 150SPECIES OF TROPICAL FISH. Right on San
i;1 ,: Complete Line of Accessories. Everything you need to get started. Juan to Jammes. Then
Instant Credit Locations .
,. left to apartments.For
1 |with Credit Major Card Oil| DIVISION iToServiYoul ORANGE PARKAQUARIUM complete Info call:

Monday thru Saturday tarnpm '781-3818
5409 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD PHONE 3114547IHN .
J I" Mam St. 74i$4 u 14 Sherwod Cilia m-rrjij .t Q Ia :: n.AOf.IU"t: COAuldi.ry .".
4 ij Ariinittn Md N M4-I4SS M4H INDUTM AL 4TIME SUPPLY .::,\{AAllA{ I AtAOT el I Of.Yf.LOPNf.Mt CO".
12*N MyrtltSt 1SI->
4 :<4 Umvtrsity Blvd. W Tj744
t 336 MILWAUKEE AVE. ORANGE'. PARK PHONE 264.9000

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1 JULY 27, 1972Swimmers
JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 17


I Take Second.4t DaytonaJohn



jax Competing against 27 placed fourth in the 500-yard free
other teams in the Daytona senior girls events. she also Brennock led the boys by
Beach Swim Invitational, 23 placed fifth in the 13-14 swimming to bronze medal wins
yearold in
swimmers from the Navy Jax girls lOO-yardlIy. Judy Milewski the eight-and under boys back 1n
and the
Swim Team outscored their took fourth In the l00-yard 50-yard free as well as ,
opponents and returned home girls breast stroke event senior placing fourth in the 100-yard
and I.M.
second team Diane Rusty Mills added points
with the place nafifthinlhc
lOO-yard ygaSW with a fourth place ribbon in the ,
trophy.
"year-old boys 50-yard breast ,Ilult 1
Top point-maker for the team event.

was Patti Milewski who capturedthe Kerry Fitzpatrick, Diane
gold medal in the 50-yard Kangas,Robin O'Leary and Patti Swimming to fifth place wins in ,

free, 100-yard free, 100-yard Milewski, the 13-14 year-old girls the eight-and-under boys 100-
breast, 100-yard back, 500-yard relay team, won second place yard free and medley relays were
free and the 200-yard I.M. Patti medals in the 200-yard free relay five year-old Jamie Brennock,

also took second place medals in and medley relays. Diane, Six-year-old Paul Scott, eight
the 100-yard fly and the 200yardfree Robin,and Patti returned to swim year-old Tim Mason and John

in the 13-14 year-old girls with Judy Milewski the senior Brennock. ;
events. girls relays and won the third
place medal in the 200-yard( /

Robin O'Leary swam to a gold medley relay and a fifth in the The COMFAIRWING ELEVEN bowlers recently presented Capt.
the senior girls back and ft TT
medal in 200-yard free relay. W.J.Vaught with few significant additions for the trophy case. The
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Fastpitch:: VA-12 forced a 2nd and Thompson the loser, the Mayport runs were earned, .
half playoff by blanking League The Cecil Field Raiders took with fielding lapses .accounting : ,I' /' S

leading Admin 8 .. 0. Bill the field as a team for their initial for the other S runs. ,. :: 1 h
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Stromquist came within one out taste of competition this season Dale Howard was once again ktcui''Ci2 :\ I\" ,' 'A'..'1 .;

of tossing a no-hitter. Stromquist and turned back the Mayport 9 the hitting star for Cecil when he ,i":,
surrendered a triple to Ed Tonges twice, winning the 1st game 5 .. 3 banged out 3 hits and scored 3 t.ip

with two outs in the 7th frame. and capturing the nightcap 10 7. runs.. Andy Brown and Mike .. .
Bill struckout 10 batters and In the curtain raiser, Bill Ciopryna each had two hits. '' 'I
issued two Annie Oakley's. He Stromquist issued five hits, Overall the team looked good In ;

also struck one hitter. struckout a like number and was their debut against a team which ':'r." .i M '("f"I. \
VA-12 scored twice in the 1st, touched for one earned run. has played together all season. ; S; .,;,:aAI: (

3rd,5th,and 6th innings. The VA- The Raiders broke a 3.3 tie witha By the time Cecil leaves for the tft:
12 hitting attack was led by Andy two run outburst in the 7th district tourney in Memphis, /, Ii A:SwfRflY\ ,etIATMCNT
Brown, Mutt Chavis, Stromquistand inning. Ed Tonges walked, ad many of the problems plaquingthe t.iAe '- "-"TI A;)
Miller with two hits each. vanced to 2nd on a wild pitch and team will have been worked PAD4R.ITEk
Earlier in the week, VA-12 came into score on Bob LJghtle's out. ). .Cl''i' ,

turned VA-45 back, 7 .. 1. single. Lightle scored the final The Raider roster is comprisedof

Stromquist fashioned a 2 hitter, tally on an error and another wild Scott BOWEN, AIMD: Claude

while whiffing 5 batters. pitch. CHAVIS, VA-12; Andy BROWN, ,. /
,? Miller, Allen and Mansell each Cecil Field's hitting stars were VA-12; Mike CIOPRYNA, VA- H tit I IOHyH ., c'cRfMe$2GeC.

had two hits for VA12. D Howard with a homer and two 174; Donald DENNO, VA-83; :; .";, AklI ....

Slowpitch: The 1st round winning singles, Mike Ciopryna, 2 doubles John GILBERT, Ops;. Larry I u.QI''I,1tAC.ce; ,,> i
VA.12 slowpitch team also got and Mike Denno on a pair of HOWARD, AIMD: Fred KITTS, 1g., y ihAILTI
into the act last week in the only singles. The team had a total of VA-45; Robert LIGHTLE, VA- ,/ref

league action. VA-12 nipped 10 hits in the game.In 174; George LOY, AIMD: LeRoy
VA-174,12. the evenings finale, Cecil MANSELL, VA-12, Burly Bob i.'... l1AD1AKE '"

Pope, Sullivan, and Mansell Field scored 9 runs in the 1st MILLS (he also plays softball), 'N'I',,,.
(again?) each had 3 hits and three innings to put the contestout VA)82) ; Bill STROMQUIST; VA- E"A'IEI '
McClain Ward, Rainer and of reach. 12 and Ed TONGES, VA-174. 'JA'EAkff :S Ft.eNEAKUUG .

Favata chipped in with two each. George Loy pitched a strong 7 l H KI.'t' n:ii.. Cr TrINNn

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r l\ The Thirteenth Annual Armed nated by the Honorary Chair- ed at the Naval Hospital, Great Enrollments Up Under GI Bill

: Forces Chess Championship man of the American Chess Lakes, Ill. will be tHe director of

1 Tournament will be held in Foundation and a World War I the 1972 tournament. A certified School enrollments under the vember, 737,000 were In college

I \I Washington, D.C. on September Marine, Thomas Emery., and tournament director, Chaplain G.I. Bill continued their upward a 25 per cent increase overa
22.29 at The American Legion's other awards. Rogers chosen because of
was trend in November, scoring a 13 year ago.
Hall of Flags. Anyone on active duty is eli- 'exeprience in promoting and per cent increase over October The 354,000 veterans and
Three five-man teams repre- gible to try for a Service team directing chess activities in' the and a 22 per cent hike over servicemen in training in No
senting the Army, Sea Services and those selected will receive Services. November 1970, the Veterans vember below the college level

(Navy, Marines I and Coast $20 per diem from the Amer- The American Legion U.S.O. Administration has reported.., were 19 per cent more than for
,
Guard) and the Air Force will ican Chess Foundation, one of the same month last year, VA
VA officials said
U.S. Chess Federation, and recreation 1,181,000 veterans -
in the 1972 tournament.
compete the sponsors of the competition, and servicemen trained in officials noted.Onthejob .
authorities of the De
: t Each contender will play every for the eight days in the tourna- training edged up
I member of the other teams partment of Defense and the November compared to 1,043,000in
f two the
ment Information
t J city. on October and 971,000 in No only slightly to 91,000 in No
and the player with the highest 1972 team selections may be ob- Services co-sponsor the tourna vember last vember from 90,000 in October,
t f f final score will become the 1972 tained from command recreation ment in cooperation with the year. but this was a seven, per cent
champion. offices. Foundation. Of those in training in No- increase over the 84.500 in train

(. ', a The teams will compete for Chaplain L. Randall Rogers, 1 ing in November 1970.
: the Emery Team Trophy, do- Commander U.S. station- --
1 t Navy, VISITOR CALL Sizable enrollment increasesalso
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Fliers End Regular Season
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JAX SPORT BRIEFS ,
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Yr ,, 6ND Tourney Next Week .



COMFAIRJAX SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT Jax The Jax Navy Fliers collected 12 hits and 12 runs, pliments of three wild pitches
,
The ComFairJax
Jax Softball Tournament will be ended their regular season last coming out with their only vic- two walks,an error, two fielder's
held at NAS Jax August 711. Personnel on active duty weekend with an 18-22 win-loss tory of the series 123. choices and Sauls double.

for a period of 90 days or longer, permanently assigned out record of four after games they to dropped the MacDill three The Fliers wasted no time in Steve Young is leading the

toComFalrJax or ComFairDetJaxcommands are Air Force Base team .figuring out the MacDill pitcheras Fliers hitting statistics with a .352
eligible to compete. In Friday six of the nine men who cameto average as they head for
night's
All team entries must be in to the NAS athletic office Fliers allowed MacDill opener two runs the bat in the first inning collected District Memphis and Tournament the 6th Naval
singles and five crossed the thjs
later than July 28. In the second inning before Steve runs
by no plate. In the second inning seven weekend. Also carrying high
The winner of the tournament will represent Com on Young in the stepped third up and with slammed two men men made it to the plate, four averages to Memphis will be Cliff

FairJax at the CINCLANTFLT Tournament to be held triple to tie it up. MacDill came a collected bits and three more with Murray with .329, Ron Sutton
Norfolk Va. runs were recorded.Not satisfied a .325,Bob Dombroskl with a
in August 14-18. right back with two more runs in
.321 and
the top of the fourth and the with a 1-1 .bad. after only two .306. Torn Carithers with a
Fliers followed that with four bttings HaeDiH scored one fat
SOFTBALL OFFICIALS NEEDEDJax up the top of the first)
runs of their own in the bottom of seven more
The Intramural Touch Football Season will be the fourth. Four singles, a walk men made it to the plate in the D
opening on August 14 and several officials will be and three errors provided the third, collecting two hits and

needed. Any personnel interested in officiating are Fliers with their temporary 6-4 comfortable scoring three 11-1 runs lead.for a more

asked to attend an Organizational Meeting to be held lead.
Monday, July 31 at 11:30: a.m. in the Conference Room of That lead only stood up for one All those trips to the plate and I'T
inning the trips around the base in
,though,as MacDill sent 10 paths
Bldg. 704. men to the plate and scored five the first three innings seemed to ::j:::::j: j: j:::jjjj:1j:1:1j:1:::::::::: 1j:1j::: ::jj:1:1:::: j:1j:1jjj:1:::::::::
FOOTBALL ROSTERS runs to put the game out of reach tire the Fliers out as they were
NEEDEDJax for the Fliers as they went down held hitless the next three Innings NAVY-MARINE

All units and commands who plan on par 9-6. Tom Carithers carried the although they did pick up one BOWLING
ticipating in the Intramural Touch Football Programare biggest bat in a losing cause as he more run in the sixth.
collected two hits in three trips MacDill made a futile STANDINGS
reminded that their entry forms and team rosters and drove in three runs. comeback attempt in the seventh i iI

must be turned in to the athletic office this week in orderto It took nine innings to decide when they scored two runs. Tom !

insure their team a position in one of the leagues. the second contest on Friday Tenhagen picked up his twelfth W L I
THEMAGN1FICENT-7 24 8
night with the decision going to win against nine losses while Jim
TOP INTRAMURAL BOWLERSJax MacDill 42.MacDill Boyette did the most damage to THE DRUNKS 19 13 i'
THE BOWLING TEAM 18V413V4
the MacDill
pitcher with three
-Harold Foster of the Hurricane team started off scored a run in the hits in four trips and three RBIs. IT'S ON ORDER It 14
first inning and another in the
the new Intramural Bowling season with a 622 series sixth while the Fliers were being Steve Young contributed two hits THE KINGSLEY SLEEPERS MOTORS 17 15 15 17 I
that included Also in and two RBIs in two trips Ed
203181238. turning high
scores held to only two hits and no runs. THE GREEN MACHINE 15 17
the first week of the new season were J.W. Horton of the The Fliers evened things up at McBride had two hits and three SEMPER 14 18
RBIs and Bill Sauls had one hit in
Marine Barracks with 201-211-186 for a 598 and Len the last minute with two runs in two trips with two RBis.Saturday's MURRAY'S FOR LUNCH 10 22 I
Hedgcoth of the Dragon No. 1 team with 150-226-226 for a the bottom of the seventh when THE DING-A-LINGS Wt 22V4
Mark Stoner of the Marine second game f
602 series. Barracks doubled in a run and Ed proved to be quite a contrast to I
r McBride'scored on a wild pitch. the first one as the Fliers bats
The comeback was wasted, suddenly went cold. The Fliers
TIIE however, when MacDill pickedup managed to score four runs, but
19 two runs in the ninth with the Bill Sauls double in the third D

aid of only one hit. inning was the only hit they could
GIFTS On Saturday the Fliers bats manage in falling 5-4. The Fliers
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I BUPERS Standardizes Sailing Qualification Criteria : :

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SUPER'S recent issue of its standing rigging; At this station the ratings for and you will see the sail, itself, prospective members are invited '
directive 1710.1 will standardize ((9)) Knowledge of courtesy and Racing Skipper and above will be begin to tuff shortly. The yarns to attend and will be invited on
sailing qualification criteria customs used at sea, including issued and certified by the Navy should stall at the same momentup the cruise aboard available boats.
throughout the Navy This will flag etiquette; Jax Sail Club.. Until such time as the entire line. If the upper Dinner costs will be borne individually
enable a sailor who has earned a ((10)) Knowledge of simple the club or the marina can obtain portion stalls first, move the jib No children.. .' please.
rating to have it accepted at any meteorology; suitable offshort craft the club block forward to move the draft (xyAwe, ""? ,
naval installation operating a ((11)) Practical knowledge of will use members private boats aft in the lower part of the sail. If r: 'I '

sailing facility. These ratings yacht engines; for training. the lower portion stalls first, ..
parallel the Naval Sailing ((12)) Preparing for sea; move the jib block aft. A
Associations qualifications quite ((13)) Taking charge of all TIPS ON SAILING With the jib block set correctlysail
closely and this has been the phases of deck work; Luff yarns on your racing jibs the boat and trim the jib to
standard here at NAS Jax all ((14)) Handling a yacht com- will assist you in trimming your keep both the windward and
along. petently under sail and power in headsail more efficiently. leeward tail of each set Lb;

The levels of qualification are: confined waters, getting underway These tuff yarns, or wooleys, streaming and as close to parallelas
MATE. Minimum qualificationto coming alongside berth, are pieces of yarn about two feet possible. If the windward
crew on small sailing craft picking up mooring, and anchoring long. They are fed through the yarns stall your sail is too full or
..SKIPPER. Qualified to handle ; sail fabric and knotted at the you are pinching too close to the
small sailing craft in local (15)) Taking charge at sea; and fabric on either side so that tails wind. If the lee yarns stall the I II
waters. of equal length hang on both sidesof sail is too flat and must be eased.
((16)) Securing a yacht after the sail. A dark color should be This indicates that the wind is not
RACING SKIPPER. A mooring used so you can see them throughthe flowing smoothly around the lee I
qualified skipper who also has a e. Master Skipper. Demon sail. Several wooleys shouldbe side of the sial and instead is
thorough knowledge of yacht strate ability and personal used so they form a line of tails- burbling around the leading edgeon
racing rules and techniques. qualities requisite to taking
up the tuff a few inches back from the lee side.
.SENIOR SKIPPER. Qualifiedto charge of a yacht offshort including -
the edge and about three feet ABSENTEE VOTE Elaine
command a large sailing yacht piloting, celestial
in local waters. navigation, visual signaling, and apart. ..NOTICE. The regular August Scott Is urging everyone of toting .
..MASTERSKIPPER. Qualifiedto radio-telephone operating. Sail With your jib set and wooleys in meeting of the Navy Jax Sail registering age to get to in rot the picture in their by
command and race a large as a member of the afterguard in place, make a few slow turns into Club will be held Friday,August 4 state's primary and November
sailing yacht off short under all a major ocean race and be the wind. Just before the jib at the clubhouse at 6 p.m. It will election. Elaine la a sergeant
conditions. recommended by at least two begins to luff the yarns will stop be immediately followed with a with the 26th Transportation
Each level shall include the established Master Skippers in streaming and begin to kick and cruise to Julington Creek for Squadron at Ramstein AB, Ger-
requirements of all previous that afterguard. dance. This is when they stall dinner and return. All many.WE'RE .

levels and the requirements for
each level are as follows:

a. Mate. Fulfill present .
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HAVING OUR FIRST
military requirment as swimmer
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Sailing. This course includes
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f examination and on-the-water
instruction leading to a practical

examination. VEGA SEDA
{ i c. Racing Skipper. Demonstrate
t a thorough theoretical and you don't give usachancttodeal
1 NEW DRAWING MONDAY JULY 31Itgnter
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practical knowledge of
racing
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I rules. Participate In several lose! Up purcheM neceuery licented Driven OnlyWEEKEND
races as Skipper and serve on a 1972If
\ race committee. Demonstrate
superior. boat handling and sail
trimming capability to includeuse
of the spinnaker where s...
available.

d. Senior Skipper. Successfully -
t n) ii' complete a written
) examination including Rules of
the Road. Be recommended by
",, f two established Senior Skippers sIO O3.
after on-the water demonstration :
of skills which should include: SPECIAL
f ((1)) Ability to take charge of a
\ ,I watch at sea; St.nd.nd.quipm.nt, Include bucket Malt,vinyl '
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((2)) Sound knowledge of lem, end cerpehng VEGA, The lillle Cer thetOeei pUJS DEALER PRL OPEN
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,( preventing regulations collision and procedures at sea; for ....,...".................................. ,- ,f, TODAY ,.',

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((3) Working knowledge of 1972IMPALA tit

1 pilotage and tidal effects; you, our customers, for making SPORT COUPE p, ? ,I
((4)) Knowledge of when and our first year at 1550 Cassat Avenue : Slenderd Equipment Jnclwdet Tvrbehydremetic ''+ .;. +.t r
where to anchor in safety, how to our biggest in sales in 31 years.Your i Trentmutien,
fewer Dnt Irelet end
I check for anchor drag, and how S support made it possible/ for us ,, Fewtf Steering Add priers Start at .;$
to clear a fouled anchor; to move out of the outgrown, forti freight FevenleOptient end yeur $3296:! I ,1li.ryeurwknewnarth.nBigR"

., ((5) Measures to be taken in : one year ago. We simply wanted to : ;, .i.
i bad'Weather including fog, and thank you for making our new
I use of distress signals; homo possible and for setting our SS

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((6)
t 'f" Understanding simple
t first-aid and lifesaving. .
.\ (7)) Emergency repair of boat
... and gear; .. '
,, ((8)) Simple repairs to sails and PHONE .. NIMNICHT 1L m. 'ED
maintaining the yacht's gear and .
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